American thanksgiving is coming up right away so I thought I would get this gluten-free pumpkin dessert recipe out before then. These chocolate swirl pumpkin squares would be a great addition to your dessert table.
If you are in the need of more pumpkin recipes, I have oodles more on the blog.
Gluten-free pretzel nut squares that have a shortbread crust and a gooey filling topped with salty pretzels, nuts and seeds. These squares are great to bring to a party, hockey wind-up or family bbq. This gluten-free square is the perfect combo of sweet and salty. The bottom layer plus caramel like filling all topped with salty pretzels. Oh so good!
I suggest making these gluten-free pretzel nut squares and sharing them with friends and family. You will be tempted to eat them all, and as someone who works out everyday, it takes a heck of a ton of sit-ups or spinning on the bike to burn the calories.
These gluten-free pretzel nut squares will become your favourite sweet and salty treat. The best homemade squares-EVER!
Made with ingredients like butter, brown sugar, maple syrup, corn syrup, gluten-free pretzels, pumpkin seeds, walnuts and pecans. A delicious square to make and share. I originally posted this recipe in April 2015 and have taken new photos and updated the old blog post.
Homemade gluten-free pretzel nut squares that have a salty and sweet crunch. Every last bite of these pretzel squares will be scrumptious.
Enjoy these gluten-free pretzel squares on the weekend, over the holidays or anytime you need a tasty treat. They are guaranteed to be a hit!
Once boiling, let cook 2 minutes, stirring frequently.
Sprinkle the nuts, seeds and pretzels over the cooked crust.
Pour the hot liquid all over the bars.
Bake in oven for 15 minutes.
Remove and let cool completely before cutting.
Gluten-free pretzel squares that are gooey and so easy to make. They have a buttery base that is topped with a brown sugar filling and salty pretzels. Perfectly caramelly, nutty, salty and chewy. Simple and delicious.
They are terrific squares for the holidays or anytime you need a sweet and salty dessert.
HINT: Allow these to cool COMPLETELY before slicing. The filling needs time to set up. I find it is easier to slice if I put them in the refrigerator to cool.
These easy to make gluten-feee no bake O Henry bars are crunchy and sweet peanut butter squares. O Henry bars that uses simple ingredients like brown sugar, creamy peanut butter, chopped peanuts and gluten-free rice krispies. They have a peanut butter crunchy bottom layer and a chocolate with peanut butter top layer. An easy no bake treat that tastes like a O Henry chocolate bar.
A family favourite to make in the summer are these no-bake O Henry Bars. It is hard to resist only eating one square-they are that good. We all love them!
I have seen similar recipes call these squares no bake Sweet Marie Bars. Having never had one I can’t say how similar they are to a Sweet Marie chocolate bar, but I do think they taste like a O Henry bar. Regardless of what they are called, they are a tasty square to make.
What do you get when you melt butter, peanut butter and add rice krispies and peanuts? You get a decadent and delicious no bake crunchy square that tastes like a chocolate bar. They are sweet, crunchy and topped with creamy chocolate, and oh so addictive.
Are you ready to make these gluten-free no bake O Henry Bars now?
It is that time of year again, when all thoughts are about baking Christmas squares and cookies. I, myself, want to be able to make all the great goodies that I grew up with and Matrimonial Squares were always a fav of mine. Last year I tried a new recipe for a gluten free date square that did not work, and determined from there not to try making them again. At Safeway the other day I spotted a fresh bag of pitted dates and it rekindled my desire to make a great Matrimonial Square. This recipe does that. In fact, I think it is better than the ones I used to have as a kid. That is a statement you do not hear very often about gluten free baking.